The Empire of Signs: Semiotic Essays on Japanese Culture
Like Roland Barthes' well-known book, "L Empire des signes," from which the title of the present collection is taken, this volume contains essays dealing with certain aspects of Japanese culture.""
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Semiotics and Culture
The Notion of the Sign in Japanese Tradition
Creative Interpretation of the Text and the Japanese Mentality
Characters that Represent Reflect and Translate Culture in the Context of the Revolution in Modern Art
A Typological Approach
A Systemic Analysis of the Traditional Towntextures in Japan
Intertextuality in Japanese Traditional Music
The Forbidden Chamber Motif in a Japanese Fairy Tale
Aspects of Japanese Nonverbal Behavior in Relation to Traditional Culture
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agent analysis aragoto architectural Barthes Buddha Buddhist bunraku Bush Warblers called change in locus character com communication con concrete poetry construction context contrast covert levels English example expression fairy tales Figure forbidden chamber frame function gestures ghost hand head monk human illocutionary act Illustration individuum interpretation Japan Japanese culture Japanese fairy Japanese nonverbal behavior John Kabuki Kanji kigo kimono kinesics koto lan language linguistic Makioka Makioka Sisters means mono mountain Nihonshoki nonverbal communication notion overt Paritta pattern performance performative utterance personal associations poem pro proxemics reference relation relationship represented ritual rule rule-changing rule-governed creativity Sakurahime Sasayama scene Seigen sekai semantic semiosis semiotic sense sentence Shingo shirushi space story structure style syamisen symbolic tatami theater theatrical tion Tokyo townscapes towntextures traditional Japanese translation Udatsu utterance various verb Waki western woman words